Thursday, May 30, 2013

Red Roots Featured on THE GOSPEL GREATS Radio Program

Here's an excerpt from the interview:

From the broadcast the weekend of May 25th & 26th, 2013:

     Our Featured Artists on this program, Red Roots, must be one of the most unusual groups out there attracting national attention in the Southern Gospel music field. They are 22-year old red-headed triplets Nicole, Nika and Natalie. As their website says, they have "developed a sweet, pop-country sound while incorporating an inspirational message." Their newest CD, which is only their second, is called "The Middle Of Nowhere." You heard that title song on the program, along with two songs they've put out as radio singles: "Christian Country Girl" (their current hit) and "Grow." You can read all about these young ladies on their website.

You can watch a concept video of their "Christian Country Girl" song online here.

You can also watch an instructional video Nicole has created about "How To Catch Your First Chicken."

More info about The Gospel Greats:
     Paul Heil is generally recognized as the best-known radio voice in Southern Gospel music today. Now into his fifth decade of radio, television and commercial announcing, Paul Heil has been honored with numerous industry awards and fan awards for his work in Southern Gospel music. His smooth, friendly, thoroughly-professional production style is regularly in demand. He's also been the producer and voice of the popular Southern Gospel Music Month Daybook series which was distributed to more than 900 radio stations each September for several years. And he has produced countless special radio features for various record labels which have been distributed to thousands of radio stations. 
     Paul and his program, The Gospel Greats, have won the highest Singing News Fan Awards for which they were eligible every year since 1987. The Singing News Fan Awards are generally recognized as the most prestigious fan-voted awards in the Southern Gospel music industry. (The "Favorite Syndicated Radio Program" award category was retired after 2005.)  And Paul was honored with the Marvin Norcross Award, a prestigious individual award presented bySinging News magazine for lifetime accomplishment in the field, in 1991. 

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